Watch Illenium Drop New Unreleased Single During Live Performance

Illenium Unreleased Live Beautiful Creatures

Illenium has been having an incredibly productive summer so far. From releasing a collab with Zeds Dead to dropping part three of his Ashes to Ashes mix series and even joining Hakkasan group's star-studded 2017 residency lineup, the Denver-based producer continues to keep busy. Last weekend (August 6), during a performance at Hakkasan, Illenium revealed yet another new track and a dedicated fan caught it all on video. 

Filled with soulful piano, booming percussion and featuring the distinctive vocals of Max Schneider (MAX), it seems very likely that this new track shared during Illenium’s Sunday night set is actually track 12, “Beautiful Creatures”, off of his upcoming album AWAKE. Following up on his very recently released single “Crawl Outta Love” Feat. Annika Wells, both songs will be included on the forthcoming album, set to release on September 21.

While it isn’t clear if “Beautiful Creatures” will be released as a single ahead of the full album, this teaser has only gotten us more excited for the final product. Check out the fan-captured video of “Beautiful Creatures” below and enjoy!

Illenium - ID (Live)

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